Beth Ilene Wallace

Dr. / MD. / MSc Beth Ilene Wallace, MD

About the Doctor

Dr. Beth Ilene Wallace, MD, MSc, is an influential figure in the intersection of rheumatology and internal medicine, currently serving as an Assistant Professor at the University of Michigan. Her educational journey at Vanderbilt University School of Medicine culminated in 2010, setting her on a path to become a prominent expert in her field. Her residency at the University of Michigan Health System, completed in 2013, and a fellowship in Internal Medicine Rheumatology, completed in 2016, reflect her dedication to the most vulnerable patients battling autoimmune diseases, particularly those with rheumatoid arthritis.

Beyond her clinical pursuits, Dr. Wallace's scholarly activities are notable, with a Master of Science degree in the vital area of Healthcare Policy and Innovation. She is deeply invested in research that seeks to customize treatment plans for autoimmune diseases, focusing on glucocorticoid tapering strategies. Her work, supported by esteemed institutions like the NIH and Veterans' Affairs Administration, highlights her commitment to patient-centered care. Balancing a rigorous professional life, Dr. Wallace finds solace in thrifting, reading, and treasured moments spent with her family, embodying the harmonious blend of a dedicated physician, researcher, and family-oriented individual.



Graduated School

Vanderbilt University School of Medicine

Specialization School

Frequently Asked Questions

  • In which specialty does Dr. Beth Ilene Wallace work?

    She works in the rheumatology department.

  • At which hospital does Beth Ilene Wallace work?

    Dr. Beth works at - A. Alfred Taubman Health Care Center.

  • What diseases is Dr. Beth in?

    Dr. Beth specializes in diseases and treatments such as general rheumatology and rheumatoid arthritis.

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